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S.F.: Brothers plead guilty to selling fentanyl in Tenderloin

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A pair of Berkeley brothers have pleaded guilty in a San Francisco federal court to charges they sold fentanyl. Juan Carlos Hernandez-Ordonez, 18, pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal charge of distributing 40 grams or more of fentanyl. David Ordonez pleaded guilty on Sept. 15 to two charges. Both defendants remain in custody pending their sentencing hearings.
2 months ago·Berkeley, United States

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S.F.: Brothers plead guilty to selling fentanyl in Tenderloin

A pair of Berkeley brothers have pleaded guilty in a San Francisco federal court to charges they sold fentanyl in the city's Tenderloin District.

2 months ago·San Jose, United States
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